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Album Review

Country Christmas gets wrapped up boogie blues rockin' style thanks to The Tractors' Have Yourself a Tractor's Christmas. A little manipulative, perhaps, to redo their hit single "Baby Likes to Rock It" under the guise of "Santa Claus Is Comin' (In a Boogie Woogie Choo Choo Train)" but, with the exception of a coupl'a slow cookers, this blend of originals and trads rolls right on down the track.

Customer Reviews

A fantastic, original Christmas album

I get tired of hearing the same old Christmas songs all season long. That's why I love this album. All the songs are great. There's lots of upbeat, fun ones and some slow, beautiful ones as well. I grew up listening to this album and am so glad that everyone can share in it now! A great choice for anyone who loves Christmas music.

Tractors Christmas

Wonderful boogie woogie, jazz & blues arrangements of old classics & new favorites - highly recommend - then you have an irresistible urge to go out dancing w/ all your friends & neighbors!


I always have loved The Tractors Christmas album! Bought the whole album.


Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The Tractors were one of the country-rock bands to benefit from the modern country boom of the early '90s. With their good-time boogie and rootsy country-rock, the Tractors were able to send their eponymous debut to platinum status. Although based in Tulsa, all of the members of the Tractors -- guitarist Steve Ripley, bassist Ron Getman, vocalist Casey Van Beek, keyboardist Walt Richmond, and drummer Jamie Oldaker -- were well-known Nashville session musicians before they came to prominence in the...
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